Researchers in Western Australia and Japan have together cracked the genome sequence of the subterranean (sub) clover.
The project — led by The University of Western Australia (UWA), in collaboration with the Western Australia Department of Agriculture & Food; Murdoch University in Perth, Australia, and the Kazusa DNA Research Institute in Japan — has the potential to revolutionize the development of new and improved forage legumes, according to an announcement.
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